Filled with wonderful photographs and little-known accounts, this biography is a portrait of a leader who ministers both to the one and to the many, and who is completely dedicated to doing whatever the Lord prompts him to do.
In this clearly written and powerfully moving book, Tad Callister focuses on the infinite power, coverage, and depth of the Atonement, and how the most profound blessings of the gospel are eternally linked to it.
Planted offers those who struggle—and those who love them—practical ways to stay planted in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Jesus the Christ is considered one of the all-time great classics among LDS literature. The apostle James E. Talmage wrote this comprehensive look into the life and mission of the Savior from an office inside the Salt Lake temple. This word-for-word narration is masterfully presented on 22 CDs by Charles Freed.
Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, the seminal work compiled by Joseph Fielding Smith, is one of the most cited, and highly acclaimed books in LDS literature. This landmark volume includes the well-known King Follet discourse and other beloved writings and sermons, along with comprehensive accounts of Joseph's teachings from his early days in Kirtland...
The Atonement is the central focus of the temple and is typified in all aspects of the temple ordinances. However, we must train our eyes, ears, and hearts to recognize it and the significance and meaning behind the symbols related to the Atonement.
The concept of priesthood in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is unique. A portion of God's power is delegated to "individuals who He knows perfectly well are imperfect." How does that work? Book on CD Unabridged, 5 cds Approx. 5.25 hours
In Women and the Priesthood, Sheri Dew discusses the varying responsibilities of men and women in the context of key doctrine of the Church, including the eternal truths that women are vital to the success of the Lord's church, that God expects women to receive revelation, and that both men and women have access to God's highest spiritual blessings.
Questioning is not the problem, according to authors Terryl and Fiona Givens. “After all,” they write, “the Restoration unfolded because a young man asked questions.” The difficulty arises when questions are based on flawed assumptions or incorrect perceptions, which can “point us in the wrong direction, misdirect our attention, or constrain the answers...
Why Would Anyone Join the Mormon Church? answers many of the questions asked by those seeking for the truth. This work presents plain and precious doctrines once lost to the children of men, but since restored through latter-day prophets. A great resource for missionaries. It will help answer the most common questions asked by investigators.
The refreshing perspectives are presented in this book, which includes inspiring, unusual stories that demonstrate the effectiveness of the ideas presented for everyday missionary work.
In this enlightening eight-lecture series, Dr. Truman G. Madsen presents a fascinating history of the first prophet of the Restoration.